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Is it too late for Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan to quit his day job and sign up for season 5 of RuPaul’s Drag Race? Because we think he’d be a HIT.
We should have expected that not everyone would be a fan of President Barack Obama‘s fashiony fundraiser, Runway to Win. On Tuesday, the Republican National Convention released a video characterizing the fashion show and resulting product line, organized by Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, as an elitist spectacle that recession-stricken Americans can’t afford to participate in.
GOP presidential candidate Jon Huntsman has spent most of the campaign on the back burner. But for his daughters, all of whom are regulation hotties and pretty damn well versed on his talking points, that is not the case. They proved that today in an interview with MSNBC‘s Martin Bashir, where in addition to supporting their father’s policy plans and debate performance, they wore some of the reddest red that ever was.
In any political debate, you would expect the candidates would be able to, for the most part, hold themselves together. So why did Congressman Ron Paul‘s eyebrows look like they were falling off during this week’s presidential showdown?
They say the clothes make the man, so what can we say about a guy who wears a hot (and we mean hot) pink necktie to make a very important speech? That’s exactly what New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who may or may not be seeking the Republican nomination for president, did last night when he made a speech at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library
Whatever your political persuasion, there’s no doubting that there are style stars on both sides of America’s great political divide. And for Republicans in offices both large and small, sharply tailored, classic clothing imbued with modern styling is what makes the difference between those who stand out and those who blend in. Herein, ten members of the Grand Old Party who make dressing well as important as toeing the party line.